US Signal Backs Virtual Private Clouds

US Signal's new managed data center offering opens way to virtual private cloud environments

April 5, 2011

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- US Signal, a leading service provider of data bandwidth capacity in the Midwest, today announced its plan to add a cloud-based Managed Data Center offering to its Managed Services portfolio by the end of the second quarter. US Signal's Managed Data Center is built with dedicated resource pools designed to rapidly provision and host Virtual Private Servers accessible through US Signal Wide Area Networks. Adding Managed Data Center makes US Signal one of the first service providers in the Midwest to offer customers the opportunity to build Virtual Private Cloud environments.

Virtual Private Cloud environments allow customers the ability to augment or replace legacy computer hardware infrastructures without investing capital in equipment that may be insufficient or obsolete in a short time. Customers get the additional benefits of a virtual installation with the ability to add supplementary servers quickly.

"Our new Managed Data Center and security offerings provide customers with the performance, availability, and quality they have come to expect from US Signal at a price point that will help them address ever-increasing budget pressures," says Aaron Shaver, director of product development. "With the recent advancements in cloud-based computing and security technologies, we are able to offer carrier-grade performance at a fraction of an enterprise IT budget."

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